UML Welcomes James Sobczak

UML Welcomes James Sobczak

James Sobczak, UML's new STEM librarian.
By Library Communications

James Sobczak, UML's new STEM librarian.

UML Welcomes James Sobczak

By Library Communications
Sobczak will serve as the new STEM librarian for Learning & Research Services.

University of Miami Libraries (UML) recently welcomed James Sobczak as the new STEM librarian for Learning & Research Services. James will act as liaison to the College of Engineering and the Departments of Chemistry, Computer Science, Mathematics, and Physics in the College of Arts and Sciences.

James graduated with a Master of Library and Information Science from the University of Washington Information School (iSchool) in 2018. He received a Master of Architecture from Yale University, where he was a Professor King-lui Wu Scholarship recipient, and a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from the University of Michigan, where he was a Guido and Elizabeth Binda Scholarship recipient.

His work experience includes three internships at architectural firms, where he collaborated with professional engineers on all phases of project delivery, including schematic design, design development, and construction documentation and development, for highly complex building projects around the country. He also worked in digital reproduction and digital asset management at the University of Washington's School of Art + Art History + Design and at the Yale University School of Architecture. James gained extensive instructional experience as a graduate assistant at Yale, teaching such courses as computation and fabrication, visualization, and architectural design studio.

James Sobczak can be reached at jsobczak@miami.edu.